Maximum Who, The Who in the Sixties, 2002
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Maximum Who, The Who in the Sixties, 2002

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By Ross Halfin
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A fabulous document of The Who in the Sixties and the only book ever to be written by Roger Daltrey, John Entwistle and Pete Townshend, who have all provided text captions. Maximum Who includes shots of some legendary performances by the band during the Sixties: the embryonic shows at the Goldhawk Club; recording at Ready Steady Go! and at the Duke of York's Barracks for American TV; live at the Richmond Jazz Festival and much, much more.

Several other key members of the band's circle, including Glyn Johns and Sound Engineer Bob Pridden, as well as Pop Artist Peter Blake, add their thoughts on their experiences with the band. These extraordinary images coupled with the fresh and revealing text make this an edition of supreme importance to anyone interested in rock culture.

Ross Halfin's inspired image selection presents the band's early years, from 1964 with the arrival of Keith Moon and the appointment of management team Kit Lambert and Chris Stamp, to 1969 with The Who on the cusp of stellar success recording and rehearsing Tommy.

Photographers whose work is included in this book are: Tony Gale, Colin Jones, Chris Morphet, Dominique Tarlé, David Wedgbury, and Baron Wolman.

Release Notes:
Each copy is quarter-bound in blue leather with silk-screened red cloth and gilt page edging, and is housed in a cloth-bound slipcase with silk-screened Who artwork, gold foiling and leather trim.

Collector's Notes:
Each copy is signed by Ross Halfin.

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Maximum Who, The Who in the Sixties, 2002
Maximum Who, The Who in the Sixties, 2002